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Apple Toddy I

(Desserts And Cakes) - (Joe Tilden's Recipes For Epicures)







Bake slowly two dozen cored apples until done. Place in a large stone
jar with eight pounds of sugar. Pour over them four gallons of boiling
water and let stand for forty-eight hours. Then remove the apples and
crush them after taking off the skins. Return the fine pulp to the
jar, and add one gallon of whiskey, one gallon of brandy, one gallon
of peach brandy and three pints of Jamaica rum. The toddy should stand
in the covered jar for a week before being used.











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